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Honeymoon in Delhi
Delhi, the capital of the largest democracy in the world, is much more than just a capital and a metropolitan city. It is the heart of India, indeed a mini-India where you will find people of diverse cultures and from different states inter-mingled to weave a splendid wreath, reflecting every colour of India.
Since the times of the Mughals and the British Raj, Delhi has been favoured as the political capital of the ruling authority and the legacy has been carried forward after independence as well.
Despite modern developments, Delhi has very well retained its past heritage. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and a special honeymoon place in India
for those who have fascination for history, heritage and culture. Honeymoon in Delhi is the best option because of its convenient connectivity with the entire world, well-developed accommodation facilities, famous tourist attractions, lively bazaars and numerable eating joints offering a plethora of cuisines.
Begin your Honeymoon in Delhi with learning about the past and present of the city. So, visit the historical as well as modern landmarks of Delhi that will narrate you the story of Delhi right from the beginning till the present times. Mahmud of Ghazni plundered Delhi seventeen times but it never lost its glory due to those expeditions. It is still standing intact and welcoming all with its arms wide open.
Qutub Minar, Old Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, Safdarjung's Tomb, Rashtrapati Bhawan and India Gate should be visited to give a historical tint to your Honeymoon in Delhi. Other modern structures that are informative about the past are the National Museum, Shankar's International Doll's Museum, Rail Museum and Crafts Museum.
Honeymoon Attraction in Delhi
It is really difficult to find serenity in Delhi but still there are quite a few places you would love to be while your honeymoon trip to Delhi such as the Mughal Garden, Lodhi Garden, Buddha Jayanti Park, National Zoological Park and Garden of Five Senses. Aapno Ghar, Fun 'N' Food Village, Adventure Island and Splash Water Park are some of the amusement parks in Delhi where the honeymooners can spend some great time together and recollect their fun loving memories of childhood.
Delhi has various religious places to visit like Akshardham Mandir, ISCKON Temple, Lotus(Bahai) Temple, Lakshmi Narayan Mandir or Birla Mandir, Chattarpur Mandir, Jama Masjid, Moti Ki Masjid, Hazrat Nizammudin, Gurudwara Sis Gunj Sahib, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Gurudwara Majnu Ka Tila, Gurudwara Rakab Gunj, Gurudwara Nanak Piao, Sacred Heart Church, Church of the Redemption and so on.
Delhi is a paradise for shopper-holics. Honeymoon in Delhi is indeed a time to indulge in shopping to get some very special gifts for your life partner and souvenirs to carry back home for your family & friends as the most memorable token of love to be treasured for long. In Delhi, you will find any thing that you can fancy about from trinkets to jewelry, from clothes to furnishing and from antiques to modern gizmos. So stroll across the markets such as Connaught Place, Janpath, Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk, Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, Rajouri Garden and Greater Kailash to pick up a variety of stylish stuff on your honeymoon trip to Delhi. From Dilli Haat at INA and Pitampura you can savour various cuisines of India and buy traditional accessories, handicrafts, clothes and shoes also.
has become the lifeline of Delhi in no time and a convenient medium to stroll around in the city for honeymooners too. It is comfortable, easy, time saving and less tiring to move in Delhi through metro. You just need a metro map guide booklet which is available at any of the metro stations and then you can be your own guide. You can also get a metro smart card at the customer care counter at any of the metro stations and escape long queues to buy ticket and even save 10% of the metro fare. Through metro you can easily reach even the far off places from where you are staying during your honeymoon in Delhi. Metro booklet also informs you about the nearby metro stations to places you want to visit and famous restaurants at those locations as well. Metro connects the city very well and it will surely make your honeymoon trip more cozy, less exhaustive and absolutely fun-filled.
All this will turn out a couple's honeymoon in Delhi as an exceptional, fun-filled and adventurous experience that is bound to embark the immortal bond of their life with sheer joy and a lovely feeling of togetherness.
Honeymoon Hotels to Stay in Delhi
Delhi being the country capital and the most preferred gateway to India for the foreign tourists; is well provided with the hospitality infrastructures. Thus accommodation is not at all a thing to be pondered about in Delhi, irrespective of the budget and preference. The top rated hotels of Delhi are:
- Taj Palace, New Delhi
- ITC Hotel Maurya Sheraton, New Delhi
- Radisson Hotel, New Delhi
- Hotel Royal Mirage, New Delhi
- The Imperial, New Delhi
- Bloomrooms, New Delhi
- Oberoi New Delhi
Best Time to Visit to Delhi
Delhi is very hot and uncomforting in summers. So, the best time to take a trip to Delhi would be in the cooler months of October to March. Cool breeze stirring around, makes Delhi all the more pleasant place to get around.
How to Reach Delhi
The huge campus of Delhi’s international airport, Indra Gandhi International Airport, serves well for both domestic and international flights, from all parts of the country and the world respectively.
Delhi has two big railway stations, Old Delhi and New Delhi Terminals, which are linked to all most every part of the country directly or indirectly. There are also various small railway stations lying on route to these big stations, helping travelers choose the terminal of their convenience.
Delhi is the core of business, politics, administration, tourism, entertainment and what not. Delhi enjoys fabulous road connectivity with its surrounding states which further connects it to other farther parts of the country. Regular ply of luxury and non-luxury tourist buses cover the miles and miles of distance to and from Delhi.
What Things to Carry to Delhi
In Delhi weather you need to carry a bottle of water with you. You must pack light cottons for warm weather and heavy woolens in winter as it gets freezy at Delhi in the winter months. Delhi being a fashion hub offers you scope of wearing lots of modern dresses, make-up and accessories. But avoid getting too frisky and/or flaunting your money. Carry your regular medicines, comfortable shoes, a backpack, sunglasses, skin protection, pollution repellent and of course your gadgets-mobile, camera, etc.
Before How Many Days the Booking Must be Done
Delhi is never devoid of tourists and travelers and the hotels rooms are thus, always in demand. Act proactively and get all the bookings and reservations done at the hotel, travelling and tour packages, so that you need not to run here and there or make hurried calls for hotel rooms, tickets and excursion, etc.